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REPERTOIRE FOR FEBRUARY 2009

Grand hall

 Address: Mikhailovskaya str., 2
Tel.: 007 812 312- 9871, 007 812 710- 4085

 

 

1, Sunday 19.00

Piano concertos evening
ST.PETERSBURG ACADEMIC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Conductor - Alexander DMITRIEV
Soloists:
Cristina ORTIZ (Germany)
Alice Sara OTT (Great Britain)
Elian RODRIGUEZ (Belgium)
MOZART. Piano concerto No.23
LISZT. Piano concerto No.1
GRIEG. Piano concerto


5, Thursday 19.00

4th concert of the Season Ticket No.2
“The Phantome Of the Opera”
ST.PETERSBURG PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
ORFF. “Carmina Burana”, cantata for soloists, choir and orchestra
Conductor – Juozas DOMARKAS (Lithuania)
SAINT-PETERSBURG CHOIR CAPELLA
Artistic director – Vladislav CHERNUSHENKO
Boys Choir of the Glinka Choir college
Artistic director – Vassily GRACHEV
Soloist:
Olga TRIFONOVA soprano
Algirdas JANUTAS tenor (Lithuania)
Vladislav SULIMSKY baritone


6, Friday 19.00

Piano evening
Boris BEREZOVSKY
BEETHOVEN. Sonata No.21 “Aurora”
SCHUMANN. Davidsbundler Dances
LISZT. Sonata in h minor


8, Sunday 15.00

4th concert of the Season Ticket No.13
“Fairy Tales of Grand-dad Mokey”
“Fairyland”
SAINT-PETERSBURG STATE ACADEMIC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Conductor – Fedor LEDNEV
Soloist – Tatyana LUTSKO soprano
MYLNIKOV. “Midnight's dream”
RIMSKY-KORSAKOV. “Sadko”, symphonic picture
Lullaby of Volkhova from the opera “Sadko”
STRAVINSKY. “Firebird”, fragments of balet music

Stories tells author and narrator of the TV-program (“100 TV”),
writer Mikhail MOKIENKO


8, Sunday 19.00

Organ evening
Regina KAMENSHCHIKOVA
BACH. Fantasy and fugue in c minor
Two choral preludes
Prelude and fugue in h minor
MOZART. Andante in F major
WALTER. Concerto in h minor
REGER. Introduction, variation and fugue


10, Tuesday 19.00

4th concert of the Season Ticket No.3
«First Russian Symphony Orchestra»
Dedicated to Svetlanov's 80th anniversary
ST.PETERSBURG PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Conductor – Alexander VEDERNIKOV
Soloists:
Dmitri MAKHTIN violin
Alexander KNYAZEV cello
SVETLANOV. Piece for orchestra
KOERING. Violin and cello concerto (World premiere)
RACHMANINOV. Symphony No.1


14, Saturday 19.00

SAINT-PETERSBURG GUBERNATORIAL ORCHESTRA
Artistic director and chief conductor – Stanislav GORKOVENKO
Soloist:
Olesya PETROVA mezzo-soprano
KHACHATURYAN. Suite from music to the Lermontov's drama
“The Masquerade”
SVIRIDOV. “The Snowstorm”, musical illustrations to the narrative by Pushkin
GAVRILIN. “Anyuta”, fragments of ballet music
“The House by the road”, fragments of ballet music


15, Sunday 19.00

ST.PETERSBURG PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Conductor – Alberto Maria GIURI (Italy)
Michela SBURLATI soprano (Italy)
Romolo TISANO tenor (Italy)
PUCCINI
To the 150th anniversary of the birth of composer dedicated
Fragments from the operas: "Manon Lescaut", "Suor Angelica",
"La Boheme", "Madama Butterfly", "Tosca"

Concert is supported by Italian culture institute in Saint-Petersburg


19, Thursday 19.00

Organ evening
To the 100th anniversary of Olivier Messiaen dedicated
Olivier LATRY organ (France)

Concert is supported by French Institute in Saint-Petersburg


21, Saturday 19.00

3rd concert of the Season Ticket No.1
«Yuri Temirkanov and His Orchestra»
ST.PETERSBURG PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Conductor – Nikolay ALEKSEEV
Recital of the music by Boris TISHCHENKO
Dante-symphony No.3
Dante-symphony No.5 Paradise
World premiere


22, Sunday 19.00

GERSHWIN-GALA
ST.PETERSBURG PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Conductor – Dmitri SITKOVETSKY
Soloists:
Larisa DOLINA vocal
Denis MATSUEV piano
GERSHWIN. «Porgy and Bess», opera suite
Rhapsody in blues
Songs for voice and orchestra
Jazz improvisations on Gershwin themes


27, Friday 19.00

4th concert of the Season Ticket No.5
“Beethoven and Music of Vienna”
ST.PETERSBURG ACADEMIC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Conductor - Henrik SCHAEFER (Germany)
Soloist - Jesper TAUBE bariton (Sweden)
HAYDN. Symphony No.49 (“La passione”)
MAHLER. Kindertotenlieder
(Songs on the Death of Children), for voice and orchestra
BEETHOVEN. Symphony No.5


28, Satuday 19.00

3rd concert of the Season Ticket No.6
«Passions to Romanticism»
ST.PETERSBURG PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Conductor – Alexander DMITRIEV
Soloist - Leonard ELSCHENBROICH cello (Germany)
R.STRAUSS. «Don Quixote»,
Fantastic Variations on a Theme of Knightly Character
SCHUBERT. Symphony No.3

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